reg error windows nt key missing

  patso 24 Dec 11
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Hi, I seen to be missing windows nt users key in registry. I have been logged on a. Temporary user and amlooking for solutions to fix the problem. One says find hklm Software Microsoft windows n t current version profile list. Uhh key is missing any ideas please

  rdave13 25 Dec 11

Sounds like a driver problem for some reason. Although you don't state the OS I'd try a system restore.

  KRONOS the First 25 Dec 11

You really need to be more exact when posting your problem. What exactly is the error message you are getting? Word for word please.

  patso 27 Dec 11

Hi,i am having trouble logging in to windows.i am getting a temporary user profile and my original admin profile is still there in my user accounts.when i go and try repair it with reg editor i cant find the windows nt user profile with the .bak file ,which i need to delete.i am using vista home premium sorry for the lack of details in my first post,any ideas i need to find this key-HKEYLOCALMACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList i need to do this-Under the ProfileList subkey, delete the subkey that is named SID.bak. I cant find this file.here is the web help page-http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947242

  patso 27 Dec 11

Hi,i am having trouble logging in to windows.i am getting a temporary user profile and my original admin profile is still there in my user accounts.when i go and try repair it with reg editor i cant find the windows nt user profile with the .bak file ,which i need to delete.i am using vista home premium sorry for the lack of details in my first post,any ideas i need to find this key-HKEYLOCALMACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList i need to do this-Under the ProfileList subkey, delete the subkey that is named SID.bak. I cant find this file.here is the web help page-http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947242

  patso 27 Dec 11

Hi,i am having trouble logging in to windows.i am getting a temporary user profile and my original admin profile is still there in my user accounts.when i go and try repair it with reg editor i cant find the windows nt user profile with the .bak file ,which i need to delete.i am using vista home premium sorry for the lack of details in my first post,any ideas i need to find this key-HKEYLOCALMACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList i need to do this-Under the ProfileList subkey, delete the subkey that is named SID.bak. I cant find this file.here is the web help page-http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947242

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 27 Dec 11

in regedit try ctrl f (find) in the find box type SID.bak

  Terry Brown 27 Dec 11

If you have a Vista CD, would mit be possible to run a repair from that, if it like XP you ned to select the 2nd repir option not the first.

Terry

  patso 28 Dec 11

Hi thanks for the replies. I couldn't find the register keys so herds what I did. I went to c drive explore. Found old user in users folder. Created a new profile. Logged on with new profile. Found old user documents that was missing and copied to new user folder. I then went to control panel, system advanced users and deleted the old profile I was having problems with. I thenlogged on with new profile and all my documents and settings where intact. When copying you leave these files in their original place- .nt dat and .nt user don't copy these to new location hope that helps anyone with same problem. Thanks again

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